⭕️CURLS Summer School 2019 is now OPEN for REGISTRATION!⭕️
🔆We are delighted to invite 24 participants around the globe to explore the notion of Earth Community and the commons, which is a corner stone idea in the process of transformation towards genuine sustainability and inclusive social justice, under the theme ‘Nature Rights, Global Citizenship And Reclaiming ‘the Commons’: THE RISE OF EARTH TRUSTEESHIP’.
🏭In a world with overwhelming globalization, the recognition of the notion of Earth Trusteeship is important for humanity to face the challenges of the Anthropocene.
👉Programme duration: 7July – 22 July 2019
with public lectures on 19 – 21 July 2019 in Bangkok
Concluding with the Earth Trusteeship Forum
👉This year we are taking a journey to Chula, Wongsanit Ashram, Chiang Mai, and then back to Chula. (Thailand)
💥What will you get from participating?
– New perspectives and experiences gained from Right Livelihood Public Lecture, and workshops provided by experts and experienced resource persons
– Understanding of the notion of Earth Trusteeship through the second Earth Trusteeship Forum, 19 – 21 July 2019 in Bangkok, which follows the launching of the Earth Trusteeship Initiative held in the Hague, 10 December 2018, at the occasion of “70 Years Universal Declaration of Human Rights”
– Insightful and fun experience on Ecology and Theatre, creative retreat at Wongsanit Ashram, organic farming, and participatory action research in Chiang Mai
– Being part of the 10 years anniversary of School for Well-being Studies and Research, South East Asia campus of the Right Livelihood College
**** The whole programme will be conducted in English.****
👉Programme fee: THB 25,000 / USD 770 / EURO 650
***********Scholarships are provided************
✅Apply now: https://goo.gl/forms/4L6I6SaevXfZLnHU2
***Deadline for application: 7 June 2019***
Please stay tune for more updates on the program including the brochure and draft schedule
Download the attachments:
For more information and registration:
Facebook page: CURLS Summer School
Contact persons: Narumon Paiboonsittikun and Kanyanat Lertkhonsan